Yonex Super Grap or Wilson pro overgrip

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  1. coolkoala

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    bought the 30 piece pack Yonex SG and I'm quite impressed. I use this with my Wilson BLX 90 tour over 2 layers of Baron over grips :)
     
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  2. XFactorer

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    Super grap for me!
     
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  3. syke

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    Super Grap during summer...
    Kimony during winter...
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  4. floridatennisdude

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    I play with super grap. I like how well it absorbs and dries. I feel like I get an extra couple hours out of them in the summer. In the winter, I prefer Wilson Pro. They feel a little softer to me when I am not sweating as much.
     
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  5. darklore009

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    Seems like Wilson and yonex is almost the same. For sone reason, the yonex starts peeling away than the Wilson. I have a leather grip underneath.
     
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  6. Ramon

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    Now that I've had time to use Supergrap in the summer, I definitely agree it's better than Wilson Pro under humid conditions. However, it's not perfect for summer because it still gets wet. I prefer Dunlop Viper Dry for summer, and it will probably be my standard grip year round after I use all my Supergrap.
     
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  7. coolkoala

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    have used mine for at least 6 hrs now - still feels good and tacky. Btw, its winter now here in Oz :)
     
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  8. bayoozen33

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    I thought that I'd be sticking with Supergrap for the rest of my tennis playing days until I just started using Solinco Heaven a few days ago. This stuff is like a combo of Tourna and Supergrap. It's not tacky and absorbs well like Tourna and after about 3 hours of play there is no wear at all. Absorption of Tourna and durability of a tacky grip. Plus, its dark grey so it doesnt get all nasty looking like a white supergrap. I really like it so far and I think it will be my new og.
     
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  9. mikeler

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    Rotate those wrist bands religiously. I tried Viper Dry last year and did not like it.
     
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  10. MambaT

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    I actually try to rotate racquets at each changeover during the worst of the summer. It gives the grips a chance to stay dry.

    Unless things go all salad spinner and only one racquet seems to be working.

    Then I place towels at strategic places around the court and dry off between shots.
     
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